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1 Prel,4 | Canon 4~The canons of the Code neither 2 4 | TITLE 4~The Patriarchal Churches~ 3 4,59 | of the patriarchal see. 4. ~Among the patriarchs of 4 4,72 | the norms of~can. 183, 3-4. 2. If an election is not 5 4,80 | of a metropolitan see; (4) to warn a metropolitan 6 4,85 | and suppress exarchies. 4. The patriarch is to notify 7 4,107 | cann. 72,~149 and 183, 3-4, the synod of bishops of 8 4,110 | offices mentioned in can. 149. 4. The synod of bishops of 9 4,122 | by~the permanent synod. 4. The synod of bishops of 10 4,133 | metropolitan tribunal; (4) to oversee that~the faith 11 4,143 | monasteries sui~iuris; (4) rectors of Catholic universities 12 4,143 | the norm of the statutes. 4. To the patriarchal assembly 13 5,153 | receives episcopal ordination. 4. If however the confirmation 14 6,159 | metropolitan~tribunal; (4) to oversee that the faith 15 6,159 | mentioned in can. 221, n. 4; (7) to appoint or confirm 16 6,165 | anyone have several votes. 4. After the opening of the 17 6,167 | the council of~hierarchs. 4. With due regard for the 18 7,180 | by a matrimonial bond; (4) be at~least thirty-five 19 7,182 | assent of the Roman Pontiff. 4. The assent of the Roman~ 20 7,183 | votes in the third ballot. 4. If in the~third or fourth 21 7,192 | ecclesiastical communion. 4. The~eparchial bishop is 22 7,204 | his own Church sui iuris. 4. If an eparchial~bishop 23 7,214 | of eparchial consultors. 4. ~The chancellor of the 24 7,215 | those of a pastoral nature. 4. The coadjutor bishop and 25 7,220 | devolves to the Apostolic See; (4) the administrator of~the 26 7,221 | same college is required; (4) if within eight days, the 27 7,231 | prescribed for the previous one. 4. The administrator of an~ 28 7,232 | of eparchial consultors. 4. The eparchial finance officer 29 7,238 | the eparchial consultors; (4) the rector of the eparchial 30 7,240 | matters to be~discussed. 4. All of the proposed questions 31 7,247 | fourth degree inclusive. 4. The eparchial bishop can 32 7,262 | administrator designated by the law. 4. The eparchial~finance officer 33 7,263 | on the~finance council. 4. In actions of greater importance 34 7,271 | college cannot act validly. 4. The members of the college 35 7,273 | another Church sui iuris. 4. No one except~Christian 36 7,278 | are not lost or removed. 4. The protopresbyter is bound~ 37 7,284 | consultors is required; (4) the particular law of his~ 38 7,296 | sealed with the parish seal. 4. In the parish~there is 39 7,302 | harmonious and common will. 4. The parochial~vicar is 40 9,322 | the Roman~Pontiff himself. 4. Each and every assembly 41 10,344 | else, if they so choose. 4. Students more advanced 42 10,346 | spiritual life from them; (4) they ought to learn especially 43 10,350 | truly Christian spirit. ~4. As long as the unity which 44 10,366 | and morals of the cleric; (4) the cleric~has declared 45 12,415 | character and specific purpose. ~4. Religious who committed 46 12,438 | of the eparchial bishop. 4. ~The property of a suppressed 47 12,450 | are legitimately accused; (4) ~those who are under 18 48 12,464 | force, grave fear or fraud; (4) that other requirements 49 12,487 | the transfer is sought. 4. For a valid transfer to~ 50 12,488 | the necessary adaptations. 4. The monastery sui~iuris 51 12,500 | opportunity of defence; (4) that the available time 52 12,500 | to those mentioned~in 1. 4. The decree of dismissal 53 12,501 | Church,~to the patriarch. 4. If the case is to be treated 54 12,524 | subject to the superior. 4. The~novice is under the 55 12,527 | force, grave fear or fraud; (4) that other requirements 56 12,529 | the order or congregation. 4. ~The professed can change 57 12,544 | consent of the Apostolic See. 4. The consent of the Apostolic 58 12,545 | profession has expired. 4. ~In respect to goods and 59 12,545 | goods and dowry can. 488, 4 shall be observed.~ 60 12,562 | accordance~with can. 552. 4. It shall be determined 61 12,563 | according to their statutes; (4) clerics~or lay persons, 62 14,585 | behalf of the missions. 4. The Christian faithful 63 15,610 | has determined otherwise. 4. In extraordinary circumstances, 64 15,610 | faithful, observing can.~614, 4.~ 65 15,614 | approved by the local hierarch. 4. The homily is reserved~ 66 15,657 | referred to in can. 662, 1. 4. In~making changes in liturgical 67 16,671 | sacraments are concerned. 4. If~there is a danger of 68 16,671 | For the cases in~2, 3 and 4, norms of particular law 69 16,681 | be baptized~as infants. 4. An infant either of Catholic 70 16,685 | responsibility of~sponsor; (4) be designated by the person 71 16,722 | by a competent authority. 4. Priests who are endowed 72 16,726 | hierarch mentioned in can. 722, 4 who bestowed~it, the presbyter 73 16,726 | those mentioned in~can. 722, 4, by dismissal from office, 74 16,758 | age prescribed by law; (4) the required~knowledge; ( 75 16,762 | by the same type of vow; (4) a person who has committed 76 16,767 | mentioned in can. 762, 1, nn. 2-4. 2. Dispensation from these~ 77 16,768 | mentioned in can. 762, 1, n. 4, and those~taken to the 78 16,769 | certificate of completed studies; (4) testimonial~letters of 79 16,771 | investigation and publication. 4. The eparchial bishop should 80 16,789 | union with~that party; (4) a marriage of a minor child 81 16,808 | of the collateral line. 4. The impediment of consanguinity 82 16,874 | patriarch, bishop or exarch. ~4. Parishes, monasteries and 83 16,881 | frequently, even daily. ~4. The Christian faithful 84 16,889 | null by~the law itself. 4. A vow is public if it is 85 19,916 | transient is actually staying. 4. If there is no pastor for 86 19,922 | management~is to be carried out; (4) who is to represent the 87 19,934 | freedom to speak their mind. 4. All whose consent or~counsel 88 20,955 | electors the vote is invalid. 4. The ballots are to be destroyed 89 20,963 | not obliged to admit it. 4. The electors cannot revoke 90 20,965 | the competent~authority. 4. The title of emeritus can 91 21,988 | grant of the one delegating. 4. No subdelegated power can 92 23,1020| confirmed by documents. 4. The immediately higher 93 23,1028| according~to legitimate norms; (4) see to it that the interest 94 23,1036| consent of the same~synod. 4. In other cases the consent 95 23,1052| successfully be made to do so. 4. The eparchial bishop also 96 23,1052| powers mentioned in 3 and 4 are also enjoyed by the 97 23,1052| powers mentioned in 3 and 4~only to a coadjutor bishop, 98 24,1060| civil office in a state; (4) other cases which he has~ 99 24,1061| due regard for can. 1063, 4, nn. 3 and 4.~ 100 24,1061| can. 1063, 4, nn. 3 and 4.~ 101 24,1062| even titular bishops. ~4. Appeal in these cases is 102 24,1063| have not been established. 4. This tribunal is competent 103 24,1063| life of pontifical~right; (4) superiors of institutes 104 24,1067| be established validly. ~4. The group of eparchial 105 24,1067| of~bishops mentioned in 4, with the approval of the 106 24,1068| has over his own tribunal. 4. Appeals from sentences 107 24,1072| 1061, 1062, 3 and 1063, 4; the incompetence of the 108 24,1084| inferior degree or deposition; (4) cases~which are determined 109 24,1086| adjutant judicial~vicars. 4. Both the judicial vicar 110 24,1091| in place of the ponens. 4. The ponens reports on the 111 24,1136| appointed by the judge. 4. Those deprived of the administration 112 24,1171| and 1170 were violated;~(4) the controversy has not 113 24,1181| against this declaration. 4. The arbitration sentence~ 114 25,1187| of receiving the acts; (4) indicate the domicile or 115 25,1188| have not been observed;~(4) from the introductory libellus 116 25,1188| present it to the same judge. 4. A party is~always free 117 25,1194| one delegating ceases; (4) prescription is interrupted 118 25,1253| uncertain or vacillating; (4) whether the witness has 119 25,1291| efficacy of certain~proofs. 4. A judge who cannot arrive 120 25,1292| secret with due regard for 4. ~3. The conclusions of 121 25,1292| dispositive part of the sentence. 4. In the discussion, however, 122 25,1294| the sentence is based; (4) make~a determination about 123 25,1295| reasons on which it is based. 4. It is to close with an~ 124 25,1299| points required by can. 1295,~4 were omitted, the sentence 125 25,1303| from force or grave fear; (4) the trial~was instituted 126 25,1304| signatures prescribed by law; (4) it does not contain reference~ 127 25,1310| has become res iudicata; (4) from the decree of a judge 128 25,1318| for an appeal has expired. 4. Unless there is evidence 129 25,1322| estopped or renounced; (4) if a definitive sentence 130 25,1326| which harmed the~other; (4) a prescription of the law 131 25,1327| mentioned in can. 1326, 2, nn. 4 and 5 must be~sought from 132 25,1335| diminution of expenses; (4) the recovery of damages 133 26,1359| hearing the respondent; (4) ~the tribunal of the place 134 26,1363| marriage is to be challenged. 4. Ten days after the communication~ 135 26,1383| consult the~Apostolic See. 4. In such a procedure the 136 26,1390| ceasing in a short time; (4) grave neglect or violation 137 27,1409| penalties appears excessive; (4) suspend the obligation 138 27,1412| which it had been imposed. 4. The penalty binds the~guilty 139 29,1491| where they are present. 4. Transients~are bound by 140 29,1508| forbidding future customs. ~4. Even before that time, 141 29,1513| actually receive some favor. 4. Not~only a dispensation, 142 29,1514| whom it has~been given. 4. A dispensation which has 143 29,1533| for which it~was granted; (4) if through the passage 144 30,1542| the Christian faithful; (4) the certain and unchallenged


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